A book of brilliant entertainments: 39 stories spanning the entire career of a great modern writer and an undisputed comic genius, "a satirist whose skill at sticking pens in people rates him a roomy cell in the murderers' row (Swift, Poe, Wilde, Shaw) of English letters" (Time).
©2012 Hachette Audio (P)1998 The Estate of Evelyn Waugh
The narrator is top notch. Couldn't be better.
Good, but not great. Read this one last.
"Scott-King's Modern Europe" was just brilliant. Vintage Evelyn Waugh.
Not a one of them. They're all perfectly awful.
Very confusing, frustrating to listen to. I kept thinking I'd missed something until I read the other reviews. "Complete Stories" a very misleading title. Waugh is my favorite author. Favorite book: Decline and Fall.
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